May 31, 2021

Five takeaways from Day 1 of Raiders mandatory minicamp

first_imgCLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceALAMEDA — The Raiders are getting ready to go their separate ways until late July, newly minted as big-time entertainment with the news that NFL Films crews will descend upon Napa to film for the HBO series “Hard Knocks.”They practice again Wednesday at their mandatory minicamp and are scheduled again for the following day. Yet it’s entirely possible coach Jon Gruden will excuse the Raiders Thursday for some bonding …last_img read more

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Teens take control of their moolah

first_imgStanlib’s CEO, Thabo Dloti and MartinSweet, MD of Primestars Marketing,at the launch of the financial literacymovie “Smartbucks mind your moolah”.(Image: Zakithi Motha)MEDIA CONTACTS• Karen BekkerPrimestars Marketing+27 11 562 6353RELATED ARTICLES• Board game makes Aids education fun• Can drive raises R8.5m for education• Zuma: SA to meet 2015 education goal• Needy pupils kitted out for schoolRay MaotaSpending time at the movies with friends is an activity that’s generally enjoyed by young people all over. This Sunday, 13 May, 15 000 high school pupils from all over South Africa will be doing going to the movies not only for pleasure, but also to learn vital lessons for their future financial wellbeing.A new movie called Smartbucks mind your moolah has been released by Stanlib, one of South Africa’s leading investment managers. The aim is to teach pupils about financial literacy, an important element of life skills that is lacking in the current school curriculum, according to the company.Stanlib felt this could be done in a fun, exciting way that young people would enjoy and relate to.“Each year, over 550 000 pupils write matric exams and go on to enter the labour market without an education in basic financial skills such as saving and investing,” CEO Thabo Dloti said.Comedy meets serious businessThe locally produced movie is 60 minutes long and stars comedians Toll Ass Mo and Mpho ‘Pops’ Modikoane, who was runner-up in the hit reality TV series So You Think you’re Funny in 2009. Popular Isidingo actor Darlington Michaels also graces the screen.The film follows the story of two young up-and-coming rap artists whose lives are complicated by a loan shark demanding money that they borrowed from him. They have to avoid him at all costs while they try to raise this money, getting caught up in a few sticky situations in the process.Interlaced into this angle of the story is an insightful interview between an accredited financial educator and the character played by Toll Ass Mo, on the different aspects of personal finance.Changing attitudes towards moneyThe movie will be screened simultaneously every Sunday until 10 June at major Ster-Kinekor movie theatres in Gauteng, Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Free State, Limpopo and KwaZulu-Natal.The project’s ambassadors, popular 5fm presenter Gareth Cliff and TV personality Fikile Moeti, will also interact with the pupils at some of the screenings to get feedback from them as well as to answer questions arising from the movie.Dloti said while Smartbucks will educate pupils about spending, the Stanlib staff also hope it will change their attitude towards money.“We want this initiative to grow and develop for years to come, which is why we have partnered with the Department of Basic Education, Primestars and other institutions.”Not saving enoughStanlib chief economist Kevin Lings said while South Africa has one of the most developed financial services industries in the world, the country’s savings rate is alarmingly low when compared to other emerging economies.China’s savings rate, for instance, constitutes about 50.6% of the country’s GDP, while South Africa’s savings levels are at a mere 14.7%.“South African household debt has risen by almost R900-billion in the past 10 years, or at an annual average rate of over 14% per year,” said Lings.In contrast, household income has risen by 10.5% per year over the same time, which means that households have lived beyond their means for the past 10 years, he said.Financial grounding at a young ageMartin Sweet, MD of Primestars Marketing, echoed Lings’s statements on household debt and living standards.“The problem stems from insufficient financial grounding at a young, impressionable age,” he said.“Research indicates that few school leavers are able to properly plan and manage their finances and most are unsure about how to use financial resources when they enter the labour market.”The ratio of household debt to household income has increased from around 52% 10 years ago to 75% at present.“Fortunately, interest rates have fallen to their lowest level since 1974, which means that the interest cost of servicing debt has eased,” said Lings.“But the increased cost of electricity, transport, food, education and medical services combined with the current low level of personal savings means that households are now especially vulnerable to any further economic shock.”Four elements of financial literacyThe Smartbucks programme identifies and educates on four elements of financial literacy: saving, budgeting, debt management and investing.“Financial intelligence is not about how much money people make. It is about how much money they keep and how hard their money works for them,” said Sweet.Experimenting with an entertainment tool such as a movie in a theatre setting creates room for fun, along with learning.“Qualitative research has indicated that participants find this learning environment very stimulating and as a result, concentration and message retention are improved,” said Sweet.last_img read more

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Adapting burndown herbicide programs to wet weather delays

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Mark Loux, Ohio State University Extension herbicide specialistThe wet soils and weather have limited field work and questions about how to deal with burndown herbicide treatments in delayed planting situations are rolling in. One of the most common ones, predictably, is how to kill glyphosate-resistant marestail and giant ragweed and generally big weeds in soybeans when it’s not possible to delay planting long enough to use 2,4-D ester (Enlist soybeans excluded). While marestail populations may on the decline, this does not mean it’s gone by any means. Overwintered marestail plants become tougher to kill in May, and the fact that fall weather was not conducive for herbicide applications makes the situation worse in some fields. The good news is that we have some additional herbicide/trait options for help with burndown since the last time we wrote an article covering this in 2016, although our experience is that nothing we suggest here is infallible on large marestail.A burndown of glyphosate and 2,4-D struggles to control marestail in the spring anyway, especially in the absence of fall herbicide treatments. Our standard recommendation, regardless of when spring treatments are applied, is to either replace the 2,4-D with something more effective, or to add another herbicide to supplement the 2,4-D. Sharpen has been the frequent replacement/supplement, and we now have the option to use dicamba in the Xtend soybean system instead of 2,4-D. While it’s possible to use higher 2,4-D rates in the Enlist soybean without waiting to plant, higher rates do not necessarily solve this issue based on our research, although a follow up POST treatment that includes glufosinate or 2,4-D usually finishes off plants that survive burndown. We also would not expect the addition of Elevore to consistently solve this issue either, and it requires a 14-day wait to plant any soybean. There’s a list of suitable soybean burndown treatments in our marestail fact sheet, and also below — these are for fields not treated the prior fall.Glyphosate + saflufenacil + 2,4-D (+ metribuzin if possible)Gramoxone (3-4 pt) + 2,4-D + metribuzinGlyphosate + dicamba (Xtend soybeans)Glyphosate + dicamba + saflufenacil (Xtend soybeans)Glufosinate + Sharpen (+ metribuzin if possible).Salfufenacil herbicides include Sharpen, Zidua PRO, and Verdict. It is possible to use a mix of glyphosate, saflufenacil, and metribuzin, omitting the 2,4-D, but control can be more variable. We have observed some weakness also with the glyphosate/saflufenacil combination on dandelion, purple deadnettle, and larger giant ragweed. There obviously can be some benefit to keeping 2,4-D in the burndown where possible, as part of a more comprehensive mixture. We advise against using Gramoxone unless it can be mixed with both 2,4-D and a metribuzin-containing herbicide. One strategy would be to plant corn first as soon fields are fit, and delay soybean planting so that 2,4-D could still be used. And a reminder – deciding to include saflufenacil at the last minute can result in a need to alter the residual herbicide program. Labels allow mixtures of Sharpen/Verdict with herbicides that contain flumioxazin (Valor), sulfentrazone (Authority), or fomesafen (Reflex) only if applied 2 or more weeks before planting.Some other things to consider in a delayed burndown situation:Aside from glyphosate-resistant weeds, increasing glyphosate rates may be one of the most effective ways to maintain effective control. We suggest a rate of at least 1.5 pounds acid equivalent per acre (lb ae/A), and higher rates could be warranted. This will not improve marestail control, but should help with most other weeds, especially under (presumably) warmer May conditions.To improve control with glyphosate/2,4-D, add Sharpen or another saflufenacil herbicide, as long as the residual herbicides in the mix do not include flumioxazin, sulfentrazone, or fomesafen if it’s within 14 days of soybean planting. It’s also possible to substitute Sharpen for 2,4-D when it’s not possible to wait 7 days to plant, but this may result in reduced control of dandelion, deadnettle and giant ragweed. Where the residual herbicide in the mix does contain flumioxazin, sulfentrazone, or fomesafen, and it’s not possible to change the residual or add Sharpen, adding metribuzin or Canopy Blend/Cloak DF to glyphosate/2,4-D can improve burndown effectiveness somewhat.Consider substituting Gramoxone or glufosinate for glyphosate? Gramoxone is less effective than glufosinate on marestail, but glufosinate can struggle some in a dense, large no-till burndown situation. Either one should be applied with metribuzin and 2,4-D ideally. Use the higher labeled rates and a spray volume of 15 to 20 gallons per acre for best results. A consideration here is that in large no-till weed situations, high rates of glyphosate typically have more value than high rates of Gramoxone or glufosinate, with the exception of glyphosate-resistant weeds. We know of some growers who have used a mixture of glyphosate and glufosinate for burndown, with the glufosinate in the mix to control marestail primarily. We do not have enough experience with this mix to make a recommendation in a burndown situation. The Hail Mary treatment here is a mix of glufosinate and Sharpen (plus metribuzin ideally), which is expensive but somewhat of a scorched earth approach on broadleaf weeds at least.In the Enlist and Extend systems where it’s possible to use 2,4-D or dicamba without waiting to plant, there can be an advantage to increasing herbicide rates as we move later and weeds become larger. Another advantage of these systems is the option to use 2,4-D or dicamba again in POST treatments to finish off weeds that survive burndown. We do have to assume that this strategy would likely select for resistance more rapidly, compared with use just PRE or POST. Including glufosinate in POST treatments of 2,4-D to Enlist soybeans should mitigate the resistance rate somewhat, although it does not substitute for late season scouting and removal of weeds to prevent seed. Reminder to consult the appropriate websites to determine the legal options to mix with 2,4-D and dicamba for use in Enlist or Xtend soybeans, especially when developing a more comprehensive mix to deal with tough burndown situations.Among all of the residual herbicides, chlorimuron contributes the most activity on emerged annual weeds and dandelion. This is probably most evident when the chlorimuron is applied as a premix that contains metribuzin (Canopy Blend/Cloak DF, etc). The chloirmuron may not be much of a help for marestail or ragweed control, since many populations are ALS-resistant. Cloransulam (FirstRate) has activity primarily on emerged ragweeds and marestail, as long as they are not ALS-resistant. We have on occasion observed a reduction in systemic herbicide activity when mixed with residual herbicides that contain sulfentrazone or flumioxazin.It is possible to substitute tillage for burndown herbicides. Make sure that the tillage is deep and thorough enough to completely uproot weeds. Weeds that regrow after being “beat up” by tillage are often impossible to control for the rest of the season. Tillage tools that do not uniformly till the upper few inches (e.g. TurboTill) should not be used for this purpose. One strategy to ensure complete control even in tilled situations is to apply glyphosate several days prior to tillage.Late burndown in corn is typically a less dire situation compared with soybeans. Reasons for this include: 1) the activity of some residual corn herbicides (e.g. atrazine, mesotrione) on emerged weeds; 2), the ability to use dicamba around the time of planting; 3) the tolerance of emerged corn to 2,4-D (Enlist corn) and dicamba, and 4) the overall effectiveness of available POST corn herbicides. Overall, while not adequately controlling emerged weeds prior to soybean planting can make for a tough season, there is just more application flexibility and herbicide choice for corn. Having said this, be sure to make adjustments as necessary in rate or herbicide selection in no-till corn fields.last_img read more

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Why Do People Invest in Home Energy Upgrades?

first_imgIt’s not just about money. People invest in home energy upgrades for a variety of reasons, including reconstruction after heavy storms. Our new report explores their motivations and unveils, based partly on a representative survey of nearly 2,000 homeowners, the best strategies for encouraging them to invest in energy efficiency.People who invest in home energy upgrades want to save money on their utility bills, but they also want to improve their health, make their homes more comfortable, protect the environment, or mitigate climate change. In some cases, they are more likely to invest in upgrades when home energy assessors explain the non-financial benefits.Our report, How to Talk About Home Energy Upgrades, shows the framing of these messages matters. For example, the terms comfort or health may not motivate homeowners, but homeowners are motivated to get rid of cold drafts, remove mold, reduce allergy symptoms, and insulate against noise, among other issues.The optimal messaging is customized to the homeowner. We found that residents of the southern United States, for example, responded best to messages highlighting the specific health and comfort benefits of upgrades. In different regions, other messages are sometimes more effective. RELATED ARTICLES Reuven Sussman is senior research manager in the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy’s Behavior & Human Dimensions Program. Convincing Clients to Upgrade to Pretty Good (or Better)Remodeling for Energy EfficiencyEnergy Upgrades for BeginnersWhat’s Wrong with the Home-Energy Audit Industry?An Energy Upgrade On a Budget In addition to studying which benefits to highlight, we also tested subtle message-framing strategies. Homeowners were more interested in home energy updates under the following conditions: Highlight ‘stretch’ upgradesWe found a similar result when we showed homeowners a list of potential home efficiency upgrades that might be recommended after an audit. Some upgrades had savings-to-investment ratios 12 times higher than the next highest on the list. What effect might this have on a homeowner’s perception of the other items? Well, we found that when we removed those “no-brainer” items from the list, homeowners were significantly more likely to pick the items that were previously neglected. This post originally appeared on the ACEEE blog. Non-financial benefits countFinancial factors in home energy upgrade decisions might be less important than commonly thought. When we framed the benefits of home upgrades as being purely financial, homeowners were significantly more willing to invest in them than if we presented no specific benefits of upgrading (a control condition). However, we found a similar effect when homeowners read a message about the health or comfort benefits of upgrading. Selling home energy upgrades based on their health or comfort benefits may be just as effective as touting their financial benefits in some cases.Indeed, some home energy efficiency experts, marketers, and contractors have suggested for years that home upgrades should not be marketed purely on their cost-saving value. In many cases, the non-financial benefits of home upgrades are greater than the financial benefits, and focusing the conversation with homeowners on finances may limit their options.The best way to encourage home energy upgrades is to listen to homeowners and learn what motivates them. Recommending upgrades that address their specific concerns maximizes the chances of investment.For those wanting to learn more about why people do or don’t invest in home energy upgrades from a behavioral science perspective and how to best frame home energy upgrade messages, download our latest report, How to Talk About Home Energy Upgrades. Contractors and home energy assessors may want to download our tip sheet for quick info. They were already committedWhen homeowners were asked to imagine that the total cost of energy efficiency upgrades was $3,800 (rather than $2,500), but that they were also already committed to $1,300 in necessary repairs, they were significantly more likely to opt for the additional efficiency upgrade. The total efficiency upgrade cost was still only $2,500, but the willingness to upgrade increased by a small but significant amount when homeowners were first asked to think about the combined $3,800 price tag. This simple reframing shows that the cost of upgrades, in itself, is not the only factor in homeowner decision making.People make decisions by comparing their options to other similar options. If home energy assessors can influence homeowners’ frames of comparison, then they can influence their home upgrade decisions. This partly explains why the $2,500 efficiency upgrade decision presented above seems more appealing — we encouraged a comparison to a $3,800 option rather than nothing.last_img read more

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Puppet Labs Takes $30 Million VMware Investment – Some Strings Attached?

first_imgMassive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… Matt Asay Having recently spun out its developer-focused technology into Pivotal Labs, VMware is back at the DevOps table with a $30 million investment in Puppet Labs, a leading open-source vendor of cloud automation tools.  The investment also comes with a partnership whereby the two companies will “work together towards more extensive automation and orchestration across infrastructure and application elements for VMware-based private and public clouds, physical infrastructures, OpenStack and Amazon Web Services.” But given that VMware’s $30 million investment represents two-thirds of Puppet Labs’ total capital raised, the question must be asked: does it also come with serious strings attached?Knowing Puppet Labs founder and CEO Luke Kanies, probably not.No One’s PuppetIt’s not surprising that VMware would want to invest in Puppet Labs. After all, Puppet has become an enterprise standard for automating IT infrastructure. There are scads of big companies using Puppet, including Google, Harvard, and 24/7 Real Media. While the IT automation is increasingly crowded, with Opscode and SaltStack competing for open-source eyeballs and big vendors like IBM and BMC also in the ring, Puppet Labs has become the go-to technology today for companies with serious infrastructure automation needs. With reference to Opscode, specifically, I’ve heard it said that companies with existing infrastructure use Puppet, whereas startups born in the cloud tend to gravitate toward Chef (Opscode).All of which fits well into VMware’s customer profile. But does VMware fit into Puppet Labs’ plans going forward? And how does Puppet Labs retain its independence given that so much of its funding now comes from one vendor, adding to the funding it already raised from Cisco and Google, as well as a smaller amount from VMware in an earlier round?For those who know Kanies, this is a bit of a silly question.I’ve been friends for years with Kanies, and advised the company early on before it had taken funding. Back then it was just two guys (Kanies and co-founder Andrew Shafer, who has since gone on to work at Cloudscaling and OpenStack and is currently working on a stealth startup), and I was fortunate to spend time with them, working through likely business models. Kanies was somewhat reluctant to take funding then, as he wanted his independence. If you know Kanies, you know that independence is a big deal with him. Raised on a hippie commune in Tennessee (yes, really), Kanies isn’t the sort of person to sell his soul, or independence, for $30 million.Not that doing so for VMware dollars would be a terrible outcome. It seems likely that $30M was second prize in VMware’s mind; that it would have preferred an outright acquisition. But with the investment, which Kanies says leaves VMware as a minority shareholder, Kanies gets the money to scale Puppet Labs without the strings attached (sorry, couldn’t resist). As Shafer related to me over IM:The cloud transition is creating growth opportunities for next generation systems management products. The alliance will be great for Puppet Labs and great for VMware. It’s important to remember that VMware is building a portfolio of core infrastructure pieces that are rooted in open source, and has given them some autonomy even after acquisition. Puppet Labs has a preexistent relationship with a number of these open-source communities, like OpenStack, which should be complemented by this investment.Or as Kanies tells me, when asked whether this investment means he’s locked into VMware-only infrastructure: “Puppet’s strength is in supporting heterogeneous environments, whether physical or virtual servers running on-premise or in the cloud, we support a broad array of infrastructure and are agnostic as to whether it comes from Red Hat, Microsoft, or VMware.”Translation?  Kanies is no tool.  Or a puppet. Related Posts IT + Project Management: A Love Affaircenter_img Tags:#IT automation#Puppet Labs#VMware 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of…last_img read more

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Make Dynamic Montages with This Easy Video Editing Technique

first_imgNeed to improve the montages in your next project? Check out the technique in this video tutorial to improve the flow of your edit.This is by far one of my favorite editing techniques for creating montages, and it’s super easy to do. By using this simple scale in (or scale out) technique, you can make all of your sequences flow better with more energy.Let’s dive into this video tutorial. Steps on Cutting a Dynamic MontageYou first want to assemble the shots you want to play out in the timeline together. Once you’ve created your sequence, it’s time to get grooving.Click on your first shot, then go up into its effects panel. Drag your cursor over to Scale, and then make a keyframe marker at the beginning of your clip (by pressing the stop watch). This will make a marker point of your current clip scale, which is 100.Now go to the end of your clip, and raise the scale up to 105 (or higher).This will automatically make another keyframe marker.If you play out your clip, you will see that you’ve created a digital scale.This method can be done in reverse too, creating a digital scale out. For example, start with your clip scale at 110. Then go to the end and make it 100.To make this effect work properly, you must apply it to at least three other shots in your sequence. Right-click your first shot, then select Copy in the drop-down menu.Once you’ve done that, highlight the other clips in your sequence, and then right-click. From the drop-down menu press Paste Attributes.An additional window will appear; just select Motion and press okay.This will apply your scale in effect to all of the shots you highlighted. Depending on the length of your other clips, you may need to adjust the scale manually to make sure they don’t zoom in too slow or too late.Again, I can’t express how much this little technique has gotten me through a ton of edits. You can apply to almost every project’s montage sequences.last_img read more

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Ind vs Eng: Raina could be preferred over Yuvraj for Lord’s Test

first_imgMore experienced he might be, but Yuvraj Singh could still be forced to make way for an in-form Suresh Raina when India decide their playing XI for the opening cricket Test against England starting July 21 at the Lord’s.Suresh Raina, also a left-hander but five years younger to Yuvraj, is all set to be rewarded for his consistency and will play on the hallowed turf of Lord’s — an honour that has eluded Yuvraj in his nine-year-old Test career.Lord’s was the venue of India’s greatest triumph outside World Cup when it chased down a target of 326 set by England in the 2002 Natwest Trophy and in which Yuvraj had played a critical knock of 69 runs.This innings came within a fortnight of India sinking England at Lord’s by six wickets but even then, Yuvraj had shone brightly with an unbeaten 64.Yuvraj was India’s hero in India’s triumphant run in recent World Cup with 362 runs at an average of 90.50, to go with his 15 wickets at 25.13 average.Raina, meanwhile, has worked hard to usurp the middle-order batting slot including the revised impression that he was a sitting duck against short-pitched deliveries.The lifting deliveries had threatened to put a pause to Raina’s nascent Test career when he was dropped for the remaining two Tests against South Africa after making 5 and 1 from the two innings of the Centurion Test in the 2010-2011 series.His career so far has been in contrast to the one of Yuvraj. While he has made the most of his opportunity, Yuvraj has squandered most of his even though the latter is widely regarded as more talented of the two left-handers.advertisementTo be fair, Yuvraj never really got a decent Test run, except for nine Tests in 2006 when he made meager returns of 391 runs with just one century and no half century.Misfortune hasn’t helped Yuvraj for it was his flu which provided Raina with a Test debut in Sri Lanka last year.Recently, it was a respiratory problem which stopped him from going to the Caribbean, preceding the present series.Yuvraj’s fine record of 276 runs from four Tests at an average of 46.00 against England hasn’t added to argument in his favour because all these matches were played at home.His left-arm spin is considered a potent threat against England’s impact player Kevin Pietersen but it’s deemed as an additional virtue and not the primary one of weighing in with runs.- With inputs from PTIlast_img read more

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a month agoInter Milan coach Conte: Why I’m holding back Alexis

first_imgInter Milan coach Conte: Why I’m holding back Alexisby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveInter Milan manager Antonio Conte says Alexis Sanchez is not fit enough to make his first start for the club.The Chilean has made one brief substitute appearance since joining from Manchester United on loan this past summer.”For him it is worth the words I give for everyone else,” he said ahead of Wednesday’s home game against Lazio.”When I see ready players, they will be inserted [into the XI].”I have to work in the interest of Inter, not of individuals.” TagsLoan MarketAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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3 days agoLiverpool ace Shaqiri: Much to learn from Federer

first_imgLiverpool ace Shaqiri: Much to learn from Federerby Paul Vegas3 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveInjured Liverpool ace Xherdan Shaqiri says there’s plenty he can learn from tennis icon Roger Federer.The Switzerland international, who is currently rehabbing an injury, watched Federer the Swiss Indoors in Basel.When asked what he can learn from Federer, Shaqiri told Blick: “So much!”You have seen, he is in a good mood. He’s here at home in Basel, then he’s running well and he’s winning.”It went very fast and I’m happy for him.”He is no longer the youngest and still plays at a top level, because you can look a lot off.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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